In a speech that could be pivotal for both his re-election campaign and for the state's finances, Governor Pat Quinn will Wednesday present his annual budget proposal. His administration is tight-lipped about what he has in mind.
Illinois lawmakers — at least most of them — have agreed the state has about $35 billion dollars to spend next year.
But as House Republican Leader Jim Durkin says,
"How we distribute that money and divvy it up is a whole different analysis."